Beat It On Down The Line
Brown Eyed Women
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Black Throated Wind
Don't Ease Me In
The Promised Land
China Cat Sunflower ->
IKnow You Rider
Playing In The Band
Greatest Story Ever Told
Brokedown Palace ()
Me And My Uncle
Ramble On Rose
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Me And Bobby McGee ->
The Other One ->
Not Fade Away ->
Goin'Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Not Fade Away
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadDate September 28, 1972Venue Stanley TheatreLocation Jersey City, NJSource SBD->MR->DAT->CDA->WAV->SHN->FLACLineage FLAC->DAW(Bertha)->SHN/CDATransferred by Bertha Remaster of the patched master reel source
December 17, 2010
I have been stuck in 77, recently dabbling in 72, this is yummy with chips. Its so much fun to stumble on to these wonderful shows. My kids get a little freaked out when Im singing away like I was 20 again. Thank You Grateful Dead , Thank You Internet Archives, Thank You LOC.
February 9, 2010
One of My top 5.... and my fave ever Greatest Story.
Always has been. Perfect renditions of some classics. Had this tape from very early on, and this show had such power. I found it captivating.
Top moments are the Phil solo into Other One with a great rolling bomb. Followed by several minutes of just absolutely blistering jamming. Very powerful stuff. And yes my favorite Greatest Story.
Evan S. Hunt
July 28, 2008
The Bookend to the Sept 27 Show: Crit Mass
Bertha Remaster is topnotch. It's the bass. WOW>
Pay no attention to disgruntled frontal part. Hunker down and endure for what comes forth is the mighty seedling cracking up through the concrete.
Jerry's Strat is immaculate in tone and from every which way. Easily the dude clearly nails 27 different tonal qualities and effects together into a fence of mail.
Bobby's beautiful rhythm is high in the mix and it is real. Keith lays it down so fine that the rest of the crew just forget all about themselves, y'know, and just get on down dat boogie. Billy is coaxing them on, commanding that they play.
Yes, Jerry and Bobby and Phil and Billy and Keith and Donna and, in spirit, Blue Ron.
This is the perfect complement, the absolute bookend of two brilliant performances and fortunately enough for us, folks like Jay and the Archives have provided us with an enriching experience, captured for eternity (we hope).
I think I'm going to send the Archives some dough.